Registered nurse pleads guilty in $5 million Medicare fraud scheme acca money laundering

In the plea agreement, esechie admitted that between 2008 through 2015, he submitted fraudulent claims to medicare for work he supposedly did for baptist home care providers, inc., while he was in fact working his full time job for the harris county hospital district.

Baptist is one of five home health care agencies in the houston area owned by godwin oriakhi, who is facing conspiracy, health care fraud, paying illegal kickbacks and money laundering at his april 11th trial. His daughter idia oriakhi (who was administrator of several of the health care agencies) and jermaine coleman, a patient recruiter, have already pled guilty and are awaiting sentencing.

“(esechie) knew that oriakhi obtained medicare patients by paying illegal kickback payments to patient recruiters for referring patients to baptist for home healthcare services that esechie knew were medically unnecessary and often not provided,” the department of justice, office of public affairs said in a press release.Acca money laundering

“esechie also admitted that he knew that some of patients referred by the patient recruiters were homeless, and that many patients stayed at baptist in order to receive kickbacks from oriakhi rather than actual healthcare.”

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In the plea agreement, esechie admitted that between 2008 through 2015, he submitted fraudulent claims to medicare for work he supposedly did for baptist home care providers, inc., while he was in fact working his full time job for the harris county hospital district.

Baptist is one of five home health care agencies in the houston area owned by godwin oriakhi, who is facing conspiracy, health care fraud, paying illegal kickbacks and money laundering at his april 11th trial. His daughter idia oriakhi (who was administrator of several of the health care agencies) and jermaine coleman, a patient recruiter, have already pled guilty and are awaiting sentencing.Acca money laundering

“(esechie) knew that oriakhi obtained medicare patients by paying illegal kickback payments to patient recruiters for referring patients to baptist for home healthcare services that esechie knew were medically unnecessary and often not provided,” the department of justice, office of public affairs said in a press release. “esechie also admitted that he knew that some of patients referred by the patient recruiters were homeless, and that many patients stayed at baptist in order to receive kickbacks from oriakhi rather than actual healthcare.”

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